What‘s a good alternative to Mint?

I feel like Mint has really stopped putting time into their apps. I'm looking to move to a new platform that updates more regularly, but I'm not sure what's out there these days.
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    YNAB (You Need a Budget)

    Gain control of your money

    Cooper Miller
    Cooper MillerHigh School Pastor / Techie · Written
    Easily the best budgeting software. It's like you are digitally putting your money into envelopes, YNAB got me organized instantly.
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    Sara Aleece Binde
    Sara Aleece BindeNutritionist, Female Model & Traveler · Written
    I use this, too. Even though it's a paid subscription, it keeps me accountable to my spending habits as I manually log all of my purchases each week.
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    • I paid the annual subscription, read the book, watched the videos and tried to make it work. In the end it wasn't making my life easier. My main gripe was the lack of multi currency support. The fact that their import flow is a pain in the ass, led me to switch back to spreadsheets.

    • Jan Beco
      Jan BecoSales & Marketing

      Loving it. Recommended it to dozens of people already. Helped us to get rid of a ton of debt. Check it out.

  2. Helen Larsen
    Helen LarsenStart up geek, investor, money addicted. · Written
    It is a decent free budgeting tool too. But the investment aspect is much, much stronger than what you’ll see with Mint.
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    Senzu

    Learn how to manage your personal finances

    John Ababseh
    John Ababseh10Epiphany Enthusiast · Written
    I like using Senzu to access options and its free and simple!
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